Suc­cess with hardy gera­ni­ums

Garden Answers (UK) - - Celebrate -

Hardy gera­ni­ums are un­de­mand­ing plants to grow that don’t re­quire feed­ing. The short forms need a well-drained sunny po­si­tion. Cut down re­peat-flow­er­ing gera­ni­ums in late sum­mer. They’ll flower again four weeks later. Veined petals guide bees to nec­tar.

Even ster­ile hy­brids are bee friendly. Best time to di­vide is early spring.

Pur­ple gera­ni­ums and perovskia cre­ate a lus­trous blue skirt around orange kniphofia spires

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